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Gretsch Electromatic Guitars

The essential Gretsch experience. Electromatic guitars are meant to be played loud and proud.

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Gretsch Electromatic Guitars

The Electromatic family is at the heart of Gretsch’s ranges. With a choice of body shapes, solid body or semi-hollow, bass and centre block guitars, whatever sound you’re after you can get it. 

Gretsch are all about art deco design combined with dreamy playability. These guitars are built from the ground up for rock and roll – no compromises, all the of the flashy features. 

They’re equipped with Grestch in-house wound humbucker pickups, awesome gold or chrome hardware and the effortlessly stylish Bigsby bridges and simple control knobs. Available in a variety of finishes and fittings to suit your playing needs.

Learn how long it takes to restring a Bigsby guitar on our blog.

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Gretsch Electromatic FAQs

What is Gretsch Electromatic?

The Electromatic is Gretsch's midrange series. Electromatic guitars offer classic Gretsch look and tone for the working musician at an affordable price point.

Who Plays Gretsch Electromatic?

Rancid's Tim Armstrong and Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump both have a signature Gretsch Electromatic guitars.

Where are Gretsch Electromatic guitars made?

Like the Streamliner series, Gretsch Electromatic guitars are made in China.